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Entity
Dec 20, 2018 Subskan
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Previously seen here on Entity on the Vortex compilation and 7E Phalanx, and a resonant artist in the by now legendary Hymen stable. Within this album Subskan explores a highly imaginative world that brings to mind images of future cities and dark neon-lit passages. A big focus on story and enticing ephemeral analogue fragments make this an album that will have you returning to it. Mastered by Frank Riggio , you can expect only the highest sound quality in this release. You can support the...
Topics: experimental, scifi, filmic, electronic, abstract, subskan, entity
Entity
Dec 2, 2018 Death Qualia
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The finest cloth for your eternal rave retirement home. http://soundcloud.com/de-qualia https://www.facebook.com/DeQualia1 http://entity.be
Topics: experimental, flashcore, Death Qualia
Entity
Dec 2, 2017 Suttleinmeta
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Suttleinmeta is a project from Bristol/UK based artist Jamie Sturrock . His album " Portal Formations For Mystery Tribes " conveys fusing cycles of evolving layers, subliminal ambiences and an appreciation for techno, noise and avant-garde electronic music. This release sees Suttleinmeta excavate noise artefacts, riddled with rhythmicity, probed from cosmic perspectives, symbiotically linking the future and ancient past of percussive trance expressions. Brutality in alien forms,...
Topics: entity, surreal, sound design, abstract, experimental, noise, techno, ambient, suttleinmeta, ntt086
Entity
Mar 31, 2017 Satanoid
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Satanoid - an audio project by Finland's Sami Kekkonen - investigates the borders of what could be considered extreme sonic decimation. Listening to his album "Astronomical Disease", you will find out that, despite the seemingly persistent illusion that today's abundance of electronic music continually collides into a mode of endless reiteration, there is still room for refreshing experiments. This magnificent slaughterhouse of relentless modular deconstruction easily obliterates any...
Topics: Satanoid, flashcore, extratone, sounddesign, space, experimental, speedcore
Entity
Mar 5, 2017
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In a dark corner in Krefeld (Germany) lives " Kaschade ", a producer of dark ambient and also avantgarde jazz, modern classical instrumentalist. The Kaschade alias envelops Alexander's passion for music, creating live saxophone or piano atmospheres while employing a range of effects and synths to improvise in a sparse yet spacious, filmic environment. Indeed " Performance " might well be the soundtrack to an imaginary film - perhaps in the style of film noir or a collection...
Topics: ambient, instrumental, dark ambient, sound design, experimental, kaschade, performance, entity
Entity
Jun 6, 2016 Aethereal Arthropod
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Once in a good while, something completely original, a thing that defies established genre itself, falls into our laps - making it a great pleasure to present to you Nestor Peixoto Aballe 's latest outing as Aethereal Arthropod . " Hydra's Amaranthine Invigoration " will immerse you into a hyperverse of deeply evolved aural semantics. A psychedelic journey through multi-layered rhythms, imposing a mindbending world of transcendental sound dynamics where micro and macro face off in...
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Topics: polymorphic, flashpulse, atmosphere, aethereal arthropod, entity, experimental
Entity
Dec 25, 2015 Annwn
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As an antidote for the cold days, Anti-Narcose and Entity teamed up for this special co-release. Annwn - Dutch-born, Bangkok-based sounddesigner who also manages the Anti-Narcose semi-netlabel - intrudes your senses in the most beautiful of incoherent ways. If you can stomach the radioactive remains of forgotten experimental sci-fi speedcore adventures, and maybe, just maybe if you have a good ear for abstract sounds and ingenious polymorphic structures, you are sure to appreciate the 5 tracks...
Topics: annwn, flashcore, entity, anti-narcose, sounddesign, atomhead
Entity
Dec 4, 2015 Les Neiges Noires De Laponie
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After another hiatus this futuristic space emission by LNNDL aka Alexandre Casademunt is beyond overdue. A perfect glitchy abstractcore setting for your everyday zoning sessions. Great sound design, perplexing atmospheres from start to finish. You just might want to check this out. http://entity.be/entity
Topics: Les Neiges Noires De Laponie, Abstract, Dark, Unpredictable, Force, Strength, Sound Design, Ambient
Entity
Dec 31, 2014
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A short but strong collection of ambient in its sincerest form by Henkka Kyllönen aka Tainnos. https://soundcloud.com/tainnos http://entity.be/entity
Topics: Tainnos, Versoa, Ambient, Drone, Scapes, Finland
Entity
Aug 17, 2014 Orgatanatos
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Hailing from Tashkent/Uzbekistan is Orgatanatos, a duo of electronic wizards (Nikita Iksanov and Ilya Lyubkin) who offer a marvellous album that got perfected over the 4 years it has been in the making. Successfully combining ambient, glitch and idm forms, the tracklist on "Chrome Reflections" should have you properly mesmerized. Using soothing tones and harmonics, a hint of atypical idm rhythms and lush abstract sound design ventures, this album does bring a new perspective to...
Topics: ambient, glitch, idm
Entity
Jul 29, 2014 6SISS
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[NTT078] 6SISS - In Pallid Nights Originating from within the Belgian borders, the name 6SISS - an alias taken on by Peter Adriaenssens - is rapidly making its way to a more international audience... and rightfully so. Having witnessed several of his live performances I think it's safe to say that 6SISS' music envelops a wide array of influences, ranging from intricate IDM, dub, techno and downtempo work to ominous and spacious sound scapes... but it's the consequent focus on handcrafted sounds...
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Topics: dark, deep, cold, alaska, belgium, idm, ambient, dub, 6SISS
Entity
Jun 26, 2014 METEK
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Dethrone Yourself is Fredrik Nilsson aka METEK's debut EP on Entity. In a single, 28 minutes long track, he explores those areas where the mind does not usually dare to tread. A journey into ego-dissolution and disquieting places. Losing yourself to discover who or what you are. http://entity.be/entity
Topics: ambient, noise, drone, field recordings
Entity
Jun 26, 2014 Erratic
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A collection of improv noises.
Topics: audioporn, thingsthatneverhappened, noisebient, drone
Entity
Aug 3, 2013 ¬[d]
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¬[d] aka Darien Brito is an electroacoustic composer and audio/visual artist based in The Hague, Netherlands. From the very start of this EP, it's obvious that Darien masters and executes a unique sonic vision to excellent detail. Balancing personal expression with more universal soundscapes and peculiar hand-crafted noises, "Array of Detritus" is an honest, beautiful, dark and compelling place to reside. On top of that, it got a sublime mastering treatment at Subvert Central...
Topic: abstract, electroacoustic, glitch, sounddesign
Entity
Jun 1, 2013 Rekombinacje
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Hailing from Poland, mister Marian Marianski brings us his version of a "Gravitational Lens", a deep-scope reflection on galaxy clusters far beyond our current reach. Sonically dense and meticulously controlled, spacious atmospheres interweave with sharp glitches and sub-ranged feedback echoes. A subtle yet wide spectrum of sonic entities is revealed. A welcome addition to the family. http://www.entity.be
Topic: deep, space, lens, abstract, drones, abstractions, glitch, ambient, dark ambient, sound design
Entity
Dec 30, 2012 xE Phalanx
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Revelation describes a journey into the great Void, peering into the deepest corners of mind, while non-simultaneously gazing at the breathtaking scenery that our reality is fabricated of. A collective vision of ambient space drones. The Void talking back to us. Made possible with the kind help from the following artists: 833-45, Casual Coincidence, Erratic, Gustaf Hildebrand, Idle Sunder, Ionosphere, Land:Fire, Pavonine. http://www.entity.be
Topics: ambient, space, dark, void, drone, entity
Entity
Dec 21, 2012 Les Neiges Noires De Laponie
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Former Angstprod Netlabel curator Alexandre Casademunt dives into harsh sonic explosions with his latest LNNDL ep. Quite possibly one of the only fitting soundtracks to today's supposed "end of the world", Thunder Ohm intends to submerge the listener in a forceful current of spacial bleeps and turbulent noise. http://entity.be https://soundcloud.com/lnndl
Topic: lnndl, Les Neiges Noires De Laponie, harsh, sonic, interstellar, noise, abstract, sound scapes
Entity
Sep 2, 2012 Bogdan Dullsky, Ilia Saveliev, Cisfinitum, Idle Sunder, Anzhel Hutopia
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"Interference" is an exploratory descent into the darker, more mysterious corners of the mind by means of processed instrumentals, field recordings and synthetically generated ambience. Like a puzzle, it incorporates fragments of recordings, such as the magnificent cello/flute improvisation by Ilia Saveliev and Bogdan Dullsky, Idle Sunder's "fieldscape" experiments, Cisfinitum's marvelous drones with enchanting vocals by Anzhel Hutopia, and more, *much* more! Mixed together...
Entity
Aug 25, 2012 diFfuSed beats
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diFfuSed beats is a duo comprised of Ish Shehrawat (Delhi) and Konrad Bayer (Munich). They engage with sound as a philosophical and social reverberant and not just as an aesthetic object. Sound is the main element in their works and they use it with an expressionist angle to reflect on the times we live in. diFfuSed beats draw an acoustic portrait of the imagined by means of contemporary electro-acoustic music (field recordings, sampling, sequencing, cut-up etc.). The works are composed out of...
Entity
Aug 4, 2012 N.Nenov, Tim Ballista
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Tim Ballista (curator of the Abstract Reflexions netlabel) and Nick Nenov (known especially for his (audio-)visual gems, such as NTT063) collaborated on "Inherent Split" - a dark looming ambient ep that has its basis in SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) imagery of blood cells. Using an array of spectral transformation techniques, curious sound textures emerged, offering a unique perspective into the biological realm. http://www.entity.be http://www.abstraktreflections.net...
Entity
Jun 13, 2012 Sedarka
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It's been too long since we've heard anything that could remotely resemble "Shibashi Todomen" (2004). Suffice it to say that Belgium-based Gommaar Delneste has not too often engaged in similar sonic activities in recent years. However, as one might imagine, plenty of unheard jewels were still left afloat on his HDD. The idea of an "Archive" release seemed a more than appropriate manner for him to close a chapter, undoubtedly making way for what's yet to come....
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Entity
May 2, 2012 Hazcauch
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Back in Japan, and this time we meet with programmer / sounddesigner Hideki Masatani aka Hazcauch! His Fitzhugh ep features 4 tracks that wage a battle between heavy electronic percussion, lush ambient scapes and raw, destructive glitch effects. http://flavors.me/hazcauch http://www.entity.be/entity
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Topic: glitch, heavy, electronic, percussion, ambient, atmospheric, experimental, destructive
Entity
Jan 1, 2012 rachMiel
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Vortex Engine is a set of 10 works of complex post-IDM that explores musical extremes: sparse/dense, random/ordered, dissonant/consonant, melodic/noise-driven, chaotic/grooved, ridiculous/sublime. The sensibility of post-Webernian Euro avant garde (Stockhausen, Xenakis, Boulez, et al) enfolded into the world of electronica. Vortex Engine is not easy-listening music. It is challenging, boundary-pushing, even at times disturbing. But rachMiel is a performer and never loses sight of his goal to...
Topics: rachMiel, Vortex Engine, grooved, electronica, sound design, dsp, Reaktor, abstract, ambient, dark,...
Entity
Oct 23, 2011 Ryukau
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For the 64th release, we'd like to present Takamitsu Endo's RYUKAU project. "Selected Rooms" is an aural treat that breaks into the extremes of noisy and glitchy sound art, one of those things the Japanese seem to have a knack for. After all these years a release like this is long overdue on Entity. Play it loud and brace yourself!! Huge thanks to Nick Nenov for providing another stunning piece of cover art.
Topic: ryukau, noise, glitch, ambient, scapes, extreme, experimental, japan
Entity
Dec 26, 2010 Nick Nenov
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Nick Nenov is responsible for this shortest, yet arguably most dense release in the history of Entity. With Cosc, he proves a lot of positive things that you COULD experience by clicking on the Youtube link. However I would urge you to NOT ruin it in advance, and download the high quality version so you can sit back and dive in with style. An audiovisual masterpiece that pushes the borders of synchronized high definition organic visualisations. http://www.entity.be...
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Topic: organic, bass, audiovisual, synchronized, experimental, dubstep, visual, visuals
Entity
Dec 26, 2010
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Not only do I owe mister Jonathan Dean (aka NTT048's Otets Dekan) my sincerest apologies for making him wait over a year to finally put his deliciously organic sounding ep out to the public... I also need to thank him for letting me throw in a more recent bonus track for good measure. Floating Eye Syndrome is easily his most remarkable work to date and something that should easily please your ears for hours on end. http://www.entity.be
Topic: organic, idm, electronic, experimental, foul, shape
Entity
Nov 16, 2010 Takeshi Nakamura
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Takeshi Nakamura is back with a new ep called "Music For 14 Years Old", and the result is quite an unexpected one, portraying a mix of cold electronic glitch as well as warmer influences that add a more accessible quality to his style. Takeshi also injected some acoustic percussion and granulized voices into his reknown mix of finely processed bleep tones and other such noises, making all of this add up to a charmingly entrancing ep that will most likely have you returning to it....
Topic: glitch, experimental, electronic, tones, noise, percussion
Entity
Jul 5, 2010 .at_on, v4w.enko, aiuto
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A very finetuned atmospheric minimal glitch collaboration by Ukrainian artists .at/on and v4w.enko. This release also includes a number of audio visuals by v4w.enko and aiuto, which puts the music in the context of smooth colorful glitch designs, combining hardware sound with max/msp signal processing. The result is a strangely effective, stunning collection of warm experimental glitch ambient that incites with minimum effort.
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Topic: glitch, experimental, ambient, warm, minimal, soundscapes, sound design, visual, visuals,...
Entity
Jan 1, 2010 Idle Sunder, Bogdan Dullsky
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The final piece of the puzzle.
Entity
Mar 22, 2009 Herd
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Herd is Jason Thomson, who's located in Corby, England. With his Tangents, his ongoing abstract ambient/space series, he has been featured on a diversity of radio shows such as Rob Booth's Electronic Explorations, Mary Anne Hobbs Experimental (BBC Radio1) and more recently, DiversityFM's MUSICBOX. The first 19 tracks in Jason's series got released on the PostUnder netlabel's sublabel, FSOR. You'll want those once you hear these. Tangents artwork by Nick Nenov vs Jan Robbe....
Topics: space, spacious, abstract, sounddesign, dark, ambient, found sound
Entity
Feb 27, 2009 PlanetZoo
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PlanetZoo - the braindeadchild of arguably mentally deranged composers Samuel Glazer (Zoogoo) and Anthony Colas (Planet Aldol) - was not so long ago destined to release on Entity and (thankfully) have yet again put everything aside to work on the continuation of what is already becoming a compendium of hyperrealistic yet surreal and psychedelic auditory sceneries. This new incarnation brings a horrific tale of dark, virtual entities, bearing a story that will keep you puzzled as you relive each...
Topics: abstract, sound design, dark ambient, glitch, electro-acoustic, found sound
Entity
Jan 29, 2009 Antanas Jasenka
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Antanas Jasenka is a longtime composer in the field of experimental electronica. After his Sonic Machine (NTT036), which got released on Entity 3 years ago, he has now put a new work at your disposal. The evolution in both sound and atmosphere is blatantly obvious, and i think it's fair to say that Antanas has really outdone himself this time. "Metal Alloy" consists of 5 expansive tracks, each featuring exquisite sound design, while exhibiting a high degree of control and emotional...
Topics: abstract, sound design, ambient, sub, bass, deep, glitch, electro-acoustic
Entity
Dec 14, 2008 Idle Sunder, Bogdan Dullsky
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The third chapter in the Psygnosis series is bound to draw you in its glorious, surreal journey from start to finish. Bogdan Dullsky, who has worked with Idle Sunder on the whole Psygnosis trilogy has sent me an email about his views and experiences concerning the collaboration. Look for it on the NTT website. http://www.dullsky.net http://www.entity.be/idlesunder http://www.entity.be
Topics: psygnosis, ambient, drone, flute, soundscapes, brainwaves, lucid dream
Entity
Nov 17, 2008 Scene
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Hailing from Italy is Fabrizio Greco, aka Scene, who is a sound engineer and composer. Aside from working on his psytrance or multimedia projects, his Scene project is one that delves into ambient soundscaping. For the short ep "Water Message", Scene has subtly implemented brainwave techniques (tuned to Theta frequencies) to add to the serene tones and relaxing drones. A small gem with a lot of immersive potential. //Brainwave details: //Water Message: Binaural freq 5 Hz. (30-25)...
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Topics: ambient, drone, brainwaves
Entity
Oct 27, 2008 disastrato
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Something entirely novel comes from experimental and conceptual artist disastrato. "Tres Textual" is a collection of very diverse origins, being improvised, collected and recorded all over Europe over the past 9 years. The staggering amount of psychological and cultural references in this release truly make it work on a level that you don't normally expect music to work. In fact, "Tres Textual" is built from a unique informative perspective that doesn't take itself too...
Topics: found sound, field recordings, experimental, electronic, voice, speech, audio book
Entity
Oct 12, 2008 fp
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In a style somewhat reminiscent of the Acta release (NTT006, that's 2003), Fabrice Planquette (responsible for projects such as fp, elt.act, acta, a.s., ...) brings us one of his soundworks that has its origins in theater. From director Yan Allegret's 60+ minutes play "La Plenitude des Cendres" comes fp's sonic distillation, leaving hints of the performance and an entirety of deep droning guitar noises. Short but powerful and emotionally charged.
Topics: deep, drone, guitar, voice, spoken word, performance, theater
Entity
Aug 31, 2008 Barbarix
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Bromsgrove/UK brings us Steven Crompton, who has been producing as Barbarix for a considerable time, encompassing a multitude of electronic styles. The rhythmic tracks on his first (!) ep contain some very subtle dubstep (greatly soothing underlying bass) and idm influences, while the more abstract scenes (such as the title track) present a dark world of supernatural impressions. All wrapped up with an ear for production and attention to detail. A solid, filmic, impactful ep from someone who's...
Topics: idm, dub, abstract, atmospheric, glitch, angelic choir
Entity
Jul 20, 2008 v/a
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01 - Hecq - Continuum 02 - Zoogoo, Chlorophyll Fluxbunny, Otets Dekan - Neural Ensemble 03 - Circuit Paralelle - Owak Erg 04 - Barbarix - Masicular 05 - Sytrjv - Exacud 06 - Subskan - Aezphia Vortex 07 - La Peste - Being Palmer Eldritch 08 - Atomhead - Vortex 09 - Atomhead - Robotomy 10 - Sedarka - Ishimori 11 - Binray - Beta Block 12 - Xanopticon - Ortexx 13 - Inshizzo - Head of Atoms 14 - Bogdan Dullsky - Rift Fractal 15 - Atomhead - Rift With a strong focus on unique electronic sounddesign...
Topics: glitch, abstract, sound design, flashcore, breakcore, electronic, future, scifi, science fiction,...
Entity
Mar 21, 2008 v/a
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Tetroid 2012 is a videogame and electronic music compilation, intended to promote "experimental" electronic music, by means of an addictive catalyst. The game was programmed by Carsten Waechter (aka Toxie from the Apocalypse Inc demogroup). http://www.ainc.de Each level in the game features music and sound effects by artists that may or may not have appeared in the Entity netlabel catalog. The general art direction was orchestrated by Jan Robbe (aka Erratic/Atomhead, Entity netlabel)....
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Samuel Glaser (Zoogoo), who's based in Florida, and Anthony Colas (Planet Aldol) from France have been putting their energy in an intense journey through organic spectra, while still encompassing a wide range of emotions. Tapping into the subconscious by exposing the listener to a constantly morphing world of living organisms is something PlanetZoo has gotten especially good at. The sparse instrumental passages contribute greatly to this album in a sense that they put a more emotional image to...
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Topics: organic, dsp, abstract, field recordings, chaos, instrumental
Entity
Jan 4, 2008 Otets Dekan
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The anachronic thought-wilderness that descends from Jonathan Dean's imagination has taken on a polymorphic form of its own and was found disguising itself in what had to become the newest Entity release. Let Otets Dekan's techno-organic automata clutch you with their slimey amorphous tentacles, drag you into their vomiting pits of acid and perform their insectile indoctrination ritual. I assure you that you won't regret it ;)
Topics: organic, dsp, tentacles, abstract, electronic
Entity
Oct 12, 2007 Ronny Ragtroll
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David Deschuyteneer (aka Ronny Ragtroll/Affective Disorder), a good friend and an exceptionally talented artist, excels in many forms of both graphical and sonic art. With his "Greatest Clubhits From Beyond" he crawls back into the skin of Ronny Ragtroll, as he did a long time ago for his previous Entity release "Smart Disable For All". Rising from beyond space-time borders into a universe of chill, David might as well be rightfully marked as the inventor of space disco hop....
Topics: triphop, disco, space, weed, chill, experimental
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Aug 6, 2007 Takeshi Nakamura
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Takeshi Nakamura, who's been making quite the name for himself on various netlabels (Zymogen, Digital Biotope, Play-Code, ...), can certainly be relied upon should you be looking for avant-garde sonic investigations. "Strange Animals" is made of curious harmonics that were meticulously assembled through what i would guess are alien Max/msp or Reaktor patches. The tracks' structures are at first hard to identify as most of the rhythms are quite unorthodox, until (in some cases) a more...
Topics: glitch, experimental, avant-garde, digital, reaktor, maxmsp, clicks, cuts
Entity
Jun 11, 2007 Bogdan Dullsky, Idle Sunder
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Having worked closely with Bogdan Dullsky (Quest.Room.Project - see NTT043) on this 1st album of the Psygnosis trilogy, Idle Sunder has transcended the space drone boundaries they were once confined to, to visit a universe of remarkably visual minimal rhythms and manipulated instruments/recordings. All of the tracks contain a great diversity in both sound and style, while retaining a quite conceptual atmosphere which holds ground in between existential and psychological ideas that are sure to...
Topics: drone, minimal, experimental, glitch, electro-acoustic
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Mar 19, 2007 Elin
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After her first effort for Entity in 2004 ([NTT009] Elín - Impressions), Elín Anna Steinarsdóttir is very welcome to return with some of her newer material. In these 9 tracks we get to experience a concrete, dynamic environment that could've easily originated in some of Iceland's dense forests or parks. Apparently, a dark fairytale unfolded at the time of recording, and there must've been loads of those because "Undertones" covers the whole synaesthetic approach by enabling a...
Topic: concrete, organic
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Feb 4, 2007 Quest.Room.Project
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Bogdan Dullsky (QRP) explores with "Room Number" in great depth the borders of abstraction and absurdity. He renders a world consisting of the strangest harmonics, dancing around a variety of instruments (such as flute and bass guitar) which he plays very proficiently. Skillfully designed sounds are excessively displayed and the sheer number of them alone will never leave you bored. Count in the extraordinary artwork from Russian visual artist "Barandash" and you know you're...
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Topic: abstract, sound design, flute, bass guitar, experimental
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Nov 19, 2006 Siegmar Fricke
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Germany's Siegmar Fricke has been active in the electronic scene since the 80's. Along the road he has been responsible for projects such as Efficient Refineries (together with Miguel A. Ruiz) and several collaborations with Italian sound artists Maurizio Bianchi and Giancarlo Toniutti. His latest work, "Neuromecanismo", contains hypnotising and microscopic operations which could metaphorically describe the subtle intricacies of organic/biological activity on a cellular level. Not...
Topic: modulation, minimal, drone, ambient
Entity
Oct 1, 2006 Idle Sunder
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When Idle Sunder's full length Aether I sequel engages, boundaries of physical reality are metamorphically translated into a sound that goes beyond words. The sources used in this work are again plucked from space observatory archives, bringing with them a mindstretching stream of rich sonic character and dream-eliciting immersive potential. Be ready when the void breaks open and the blinding light reaches out to your "inner sanctum". Aether II is a very visual album which progresses...
Topic: space, drone, aether
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Aug 2, 2006 ETO
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ETO (which stands for Experimental Tea Orchestra) is an ensemble originating from Izhevsk, Russia. Using a myriad of Asian/ethnic sounding instruments, and subtly influencing the resulting entrancing soundscapes through the use of some more modern technology, they manage to breathe interesting new life into a musical genre that had arguably been executed to death. None of what you might have heard however captures the essence quite like ETO. From the engaging "Sufik Sky" through the...
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Jul 6, 2006 9E Phalanx
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The xE Phalanx collective mind project strikes again. This time around, the combined forces of 9 iridescent minds have conceived 40 minutes of unique melodic, emotionally charged textures, cunningly derived from a vast range of self-recorded instruments. As usual, the parts flow seamlessly into eachother, co-creating a fascinating electro-acoustic experience through an awe-inspiring spectrum of curious emotions. Featuring: 00:00 Tirriddiliu (Italy) http://tirriddiliu.net 01:36 Erratic (Belgium)...
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Topic: collective, electro-acoustic, xE Phalanx
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Feb 19, 2006 Dotkràz, Idle Sunder, Casual Coincidence
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"Rust" uses mystified drones, scattered field recordings and some more synthetic methods to travel a fine line in between drama and resolution. The result targets your innermost feelings and generally sets out to invoke an enfolding path of personal liberation. Many thanks to all Dotkràz, Idle Sunder and Casual Coincidence members for delivering the goods.
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Jan 27, 2006 Antanas Jasenka
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Antanas Jasenka is a Lithuanian composer and sound artist who has been active in a plethora of musical purposes for over 20 years. "Sonic Machine" is a work that expands his sonic research concerning the Man and the Machine. Antanas evokes a whole variety of different emotions through constant structural changes in sound and composition. In this context he does not shy away from infusing his music with ambient, abstract, rhythmic, glitch and at times even powerful noise influences....
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Dec 11, 2005 Metro_NM
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It's not the first time that Entity virtually dwells in the depths of Russia, and with good reason (CD-R, Cisfinitum, anyone?)! This Metro_NM release for instance, of which the first track was originally released on the Top-40.org netlabel, reminds us of the surreal scopes and depth that is seemingly prevalent in their experimental musical subculture. Ingeniously switching between rhythmic, ambient, vocal and abstract passages, the title track is a sublime journey into Vladimir's almost poetic...
Topics: Electroacoustic, Dreambient, Abstract
Entity
Dec 11, 2005 Autopsy Protocol
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From Barcelona comes Eduard Catafal Abril's project Autopsy Protocol, which was previously featured on the Lostfrog netlabel. In Umami he mixes violent extremes with a healthy dose of humor. Elements of headsplicing industrial and hardcore are entangled in original b-movie and local village song samples. The combination is very entertaining and shows a lot of compositional skill. Fans of Kurosawa/Miike style flicks should feel right at home in this ambiguous environment. The included videoclip...
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Topics: Hardcore, Breakcore, Industrial
Entity
Oct 28, 2005 Binray
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Most welcome to the NTT catalogue is Bristol/UK's Binray, who delivers an intense melting pot of high standard electronic constructions. The tracks in "Cederoth Bloodstopper" blur the lines between sonic Lorenz attractors and freestyle alien beatings. Its sound flows so naturally that it could only have come from Binray's self-invented sequencing methods, which appearantly offer an incredible degree of control. Not staking out in the chaotic beatfuckery area, some of the other, less...
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Topics: Broken Beats, Experimental, Abstract, Braindance
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Sep 16, 2005 Kaebin Yield, Sedarka, Yvan Hinge, Ronny Ragtroll, Atomhead
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Since Nico indefinitely left Entity and music production altogether, a re-emergence of his music, containing released and unreleased tracks with various remixes, might as well serve as a tribute release for this Entity co-founder. There's no question about the complexity in the ep: every nanosecond of sound was surgically put into place in order to maximize the impact of a dazzling rhythmic spectacle. "Polymorphism" shows how inventive structures, raw power and/or subtlety,...
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Topics: Organic, Science Fiction, Broken Beats, Digital
Entity
Aug 21, 2005 Idle Sunder
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In Aether I, the Idle Sunder group sets out to disassemble the physical reality that we all reside in. They meticulously melt together the raw sonic textures of energetic information that determines our universe with a mystical sense of humanity, as to translate to us petty humans the holistic greatness of existence. The album also contains the first Entity micro-release "Folding Light" (albeit in slightly different form), which perfectly fits into their universal picture. As the...
Topics: Sound Collage, Dark Ambient, Abstract
Entity
Aug 3, 2005 Cisfinitum
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Enigmatic, very emotional drone album from Cisfinitum, who finishes in this way his surreal "0 vs 0", "Landschaft" and "Malgyl" trilogy. Awesome, heartily recommended work. http://cisfinitum.coldlands.ru http://www.musicamaximamagnetica.com/catalogo/eee43.html
Topics: Drone, Dark Ambient
Entity
Jun 30, 2005 Satka
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It's no surprise that Satka and Sedarka (see NTT021) have a common musical history as both these artists seem to be investigating the outer fringes of dark and deep industrial/breakcore/noise fusions. Satka's contribution to Entity turns your mind into a warzone of high energy obstructions. Remnants of dislocated industrial rhythms continuously exterminate eachother as the tracks keep building towards higher momentum and sustaining climaxes. The massive metallic constructions are guided by...
Topics: Dark Ambient, Breakcore, Industrial / Post-Industrial / Noise
Entity
May 30, 2005 Hans De Ley
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A bit closer to home (Belgium), Hans De Ley creates some very unusual abstract soundscapes, using only his voice and a seemingly limitless arsenal of DSP algorithms. The result is more than just a monotone array of singing chimpansees, and proves that the voice's range can outperform many a synth. The immense spectrum of sounds accessed through this method clearly offers a lot of possiblities, which Hans puts to use without ever repeating himself. The 6 tracks in question are enormous continual...
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Topic: Improv
Entity
May 30, 2005 Dotkràz, m__, ps
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ps and m__ - the two hard working individuals behind the stellar Enough Records and Con-v - joined forces to create an intelligent melting pot of various musique concrete styles, which pretty much reflects the quality of their own brainchilds. In this unique cooperation they have constructed a polymorphic opus from just about any type of source material. It seems combinations of concrete vs electronic ambiences continue to find their way to Entity, and this one in specific sums the whole...
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Topics: Found Sounds, Field Recordings, Drone, Ambient, Glitch
Entity
May 6, 2005 CD-R
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Back to Russia, where Nikita Golyshev (CD-R) and Evgeny Novikov performed an impressive live session (13/03/05, Moscow), which formed the building blocks of this quite experimental album. The unique approach of this duo allows for the most distant elements to be combined in something that sounds at times like a (sur)real environment, and at other times more like a guitar thrown in a trash compactor (if you've enjoyed NTT014 - Universumix, you realise that this isn't necessarily a bad thing)....
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Topics: Instrumental, Lo-Fi, Found Sounds, Dark Ambient
Entity
Apr 12, 2005 Mathieu Ruhlmann
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In "The Calm of the Suns", Mathieu Ruhlmann (also known of labels such as Mystery Sea and S'Agita) gradually intrudes your perceptions using subtle and faintly recognisable recordings, while luring you into a dualistic mirage that's calm and haunting at the same time. It shows that Mathieu has extensively dwelled on the borders of pure phonography, as his recordings are crystal clear, unnoticeably emerging and disappearing, inherently drawing attention away from itself. In parallel,...
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Topics: Dark Ambient, Field Recordings, Drone, Ambient, Minimal
Entity
Mar 10, 2005 Cisfinitum
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Russian composers E. Voronovsky (music, synths, tapes, drones) and A. Tzarev (sound construction and digital editing) are responsible for our 24th release, which has been previously released as CDR on the Insofar Vapour Bulk catalog in 2000. Regardless we are very proud to make this material available to you, as its content is utterly timeless. Landschaft is an epic work of deeply emotional/dramatic drones, carrying with them the Cisfinitum trademark which successfully combines electro-acoustic...
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Topics: Electroacoustic, Drones, Dark Ambient
Entity
Feb 19, 2005 Yannis Kyriakides
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Yannis Kyriakides, who is also the mind behind the electro-acoustically oriented "Unsounds" label, delivered us his full-length "Highly Coloured Places" album which was crafted with an astonishing soundquality. The abundance of precision and refined techniques makes one wonder about the time it must have taken to put these lengthy tracks together. Yannis travels a path in between electro-acoustic music and manipulated field recordings, allowing him a lot of artistic freedom....
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Topics: Electroacoustic, Abstract, Field Recordings
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Jan 17, 2005 fp
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Fabrice Planquette (fp), who has released a lot of his fantastic stuff on Entity since its conception (as element.act, acta, a.s. and in most xE Phalanx projects) and quite recently also on Enough Records (fp - Traces), has returned with another great 13 track album! His newest work is again an example of perfect production and a variety of contrasting styles. Interestingly enough, "Fiuk & Csajok" stays remarkably coherent as exotic rhythms, infectious melody, field recordings and...
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Topics: Found Sounds, Experimental, Cinematic Ambients, Spoken Word, Tribal, collage, Field Recordings
Entity
Dec 24, 2004 Sedarka, SATKA, Atomhead
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Next up is Sedarka, soundconstructor extraordinaire from our very own Belgian soil. Having appeared on labels such as Divine Comedy and Mirex, at least some of you must have heard this phenomenon in action before. If not, you're in for a nice surprise. The music of Sedarka is as unpredictable as it gets, tumbling from one cataclysmic collision into the next. Unidentified soundscapes support the countless arrhythmical bleeps and squeeks that sound like malfunctioning processing devices from the...
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Topics: Experimental, Sound Art, Abstract, Breakcore
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Nov 26, 2004 Beatwife
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Beatwife is a unique collaboration between Mark Allan and Richard Wilson who tackle both live soundtweaking and visual performance on a technically highly-evolved level. Virtual Love Cell features fast and constantly morphing beats, accompanied by interesting atmospherics and vocal outbursts. In terms of flow, it's quite amazing how their work - while edging so close to complete randomness - never ceases to entertain the listener. Chaotic, infectious and very energetic, there's no way around...
Topics: Psychedelic, Experimental, Broken Beats
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Oct 30, 2004 BLÆRG
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It's time for rhythm, and we're sure a lot of you will be delighted to hear that Ohio-based Scott Wehman (BLÆRG) has come to enlighten us with a very fresh sounding ep, packed with frantically broken beats and persuasive melodies of all kinds. In this ep he established a quite ambivalent style, in which he plays out cleverly used vocal or instrumental samples against unpredictable rhythmic assaults. The result is something that will undoubtly leave not only a lot of breakcore fanatics yearning...
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Oct 15, 2004 Erratic
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Our own staffmember Jan Robbe (Erratic/UndaCova) decided to release his albumlength of sonic adventures in space on Entity. His casual interest in the fields of astronomy and consciousness have driven him to the production of "Activation Fields". Expect a varied succession of short electronic experiments that will have you floating in between swirling abstract shapes and erratically changing landscapes. 21 tracks, which includes 4 original retakes by Affective Disorder, m__, Plagasul...
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Topics: Ambient, Abstract, Drones, Dark Ambient
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Sep 28, 2004 Tirriddiliu, Hackeronte
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ntt017 - Tirriddiliu + Hackeronte - Elettra Continuing Entity's recent exploration in darker realms, Italy's Tirriddiliu and Hackeronte have teamed up to bring us their musical version of Sophocles' classic tragedy, Electra. In three movements they successfully depict the intense atmospheres that surround this epic tale of murder, hatred and vengeance. Elettra is an ep that will drag you into a vast world of detailed abstract ambiences and surprising, evolving scapes. A very skillful production...
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Topics: Abstract, Drones, Dark Ambient
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Sep 11, 2004 Transcendent Device
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Michael Todd aka Transcendent Device (or Marspiter on labels as Somnambulant and Foreshadow) brings us 4 deep droning fragments of nightmares. Covering mainly the lower ends of the soundspectrum, he keeps things simple but precise. With sparse though effective reverberated melodies, meshed in what could be percieved as ritualistic chanting, Transcendent Device paints a dark minimalist landscape of interesting outworldly textures.
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Topic: Dark Ambient
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Aug 16, 2004 xE Phalanx, acta, Chango Feo, Ellende, Erratic, Kaebin Yield, no Xivic, Plagasul, sig~int
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After being under construction for over 8 months, 8 artists from around the world have finally finished yet another xE Phalanx chapter, this time in a veritable David Lynch fashion. Not only have they created a lengthy work (9 consecutive parts) that goes along quite well with the concept of "auditory movies", they have at the same time composed a soundtrack for it, and all this by using mainly self-recorded sounds as a source! Everything was linked together like a chain of thoughts,...
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Topics: Found Sounds, Cinematic Ambients, Electroacoustic
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Aug 2, 2004 Say My Lovehole, Hanga Gallon
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In this release, you'll find Say My Lovehole (Sami Louhela/Ceniq) on the tapedeck and Hanga Gallon (Henkka Kyllönen/no Xivic) throwing an enormous diversity of samples at it. In a virtually random matter, they improvised "Universumix" on the spot - disregarding any common musical tendency. It resulted in what is arguably our most controversial release to date. Expect something quite raw, hard to digest, maybe even a listening endurance test, but nonetheless also an interesting...
Topics: Found Sounds, Improv, Abstract, tape collage
Entity
Jun 30, 2004 A.S., Repeater, Rym Hakiki, ***, jsld
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Once again we are honoured with another one of Fabrice Planquette's projects. Having previously released on Entity as Element.Act and Acta (and multiple times as part of xE Phalanx), he's by far the most present artist on our label, and with good reason! The current project (A.S.) is the result of his collaborations with artists such as Repeater, Rym Hakiki, *** and jsld. After some audio sessions with those respective persons, Fabrice reconstructed the various recordings into the 4 great...
Topics: Electronic, Found Sounds, Experimental
Entity
Jun 13, 2004 Ronny Ragtroll
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And who do we have here? It's Ronny Ragtroll, who once again proves that there is something seriously wrong with the drinking water in Belgium. David has been roaming electronic genres from the beginning of his musical journey, and this release will show you that strange things have happened since his ambient collab with UndaCova on Autoplate as "Affective Disorder". 4 tracks with addictive melodies and complex beats, very interesting technical setups and a great humoristic and...
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May 30, 2004 Pandemia
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Pandemia is a very occasional cooperation between Hackeronte (who recently released his first work for Nishi) and Erratic (Entity). This time the occasion was the transit of Venus, which occurs June 8th 2004 (for the first time since 1882). In an attempt to capture a fitting sonic environment for this event, 5 slowly progressing ambient tracks emerged in which glimpses of countless contrasting frequencies are coming to gently oscillate your brain with moving textures....
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Topics: Ambient, Abstract, Drones
Entity
Apr 13, 2004 Chango Feo, Jen Lilith, Bryan Glosemeyer
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From Austin (TX) comes Chango Feo, who may already be known to you through his highly acclaimed "Alaska" release on Hive Records. Not as new, but by no means less intriguing, he offered us a collection of live recordings that had never seen daylight, until now! The first 3 tracks on this ep were taken from the "San Francisco Sound" tv-show (July 2000), where Lenny (guitar/sampler) was accompanied by friends such as Jen Lilith (vocals) of Red Right Hand and XSX, and BrYan...
Topics: Stage, Experimental, Ambient
Entity
Feb 17, 2004 Elín
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Elín Anna Steinarsdóttir (Reykjavík, Iceland) was introduced to her father's analogue equipment at the early age of 6, and she quickly gained intuition for it. Raised in a family of musicians, she was since then determined to continue the age-old tradition. In "Impressions", her first public appearance, she brings tracks of abstract, unusual guitarexperiments, as well as persuasive minimal electronic sequences and tweaked recordings of everyday objects, acoustic instruments and...
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Topics: Found Sounds, Experimental, Electroacoustic, Ambient
Entity
Jan 31, 2004 element.act, Kaebin Yield, Subskan, Tirriddiliu, UndaCova, vteb, Xanopticon
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xE Phalanx, a variable group of electronic musicians is back, this time featuring (alphabetically): element.act, Kaebin Yield, Subskan, Tirriddiliu, UndaCova, vteb/DiE and Xanopticon. Whereas the first xE Phalanx release was based on freefloating abstractions, "Pulse" explores the world of complex rhythms and beatprogramming in an intense 14 minute odyssey that builds up slowly from innocent spacey idm-like constructions to merciless experimental breakcore in 10 consecutive parts....
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Topics: Breakcore, Experimental, IDM
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Jan 19, 2004 m__
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From Madrid we welcome m__, who offers us a very controlled 5-part post-digital tweaking session that has a surprisingly wide variety of carefully timed minimalistic interactions, that are sometimes rhythmic, and always very ambient coated. The many microscopic elements not only give it a strange organic feel, but they also allow this excursion to grow by the listen. With tone and texture hinting to interesting post-industrial landscapes, we gladly start 2004 with "Ilion".
Topics: Microsound, Drones, Dark Ambient
Entity
Jan 19, 2004 Acta
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After NTT002 - an 80 minutes long album called "..." by French mastermind element.act, you may have thought that you've seen the last of him for a while.Well forget that, there's more sides to this artist than you can imagine, and this release is another piece of the puzzle. As "acta", in close collaboration with post-rock guitarist Pierre Fruchard (also present in groups such as "Innocent X" and "Tanger"), he has created 3 tracks with great emotional...
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Topic: Electronic
Entity
Jan 19, 2004 d.compose
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U.S. based Bret Truchan (d.compose) is an extremely talented experimental artist that shows how far dark electronics have evolved to this day. Detailed morphing soundtextures combined with a great sense of chaotic compositional subtlety bring the d.compose listening experience to a uniquely high level, as only fortunates that have heard his groundbreaking album "Seed" (out on Unmediated Productions) already know. Seamlessly and most of the time unconsciously transforming from one...
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Jan 19, 2004 White Nois Stasis
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Created as a solo project in '98 from the ashesof projects such as cLEAN and Synthetic Gods, ][en Michael (White Nois Stasis) articulates many styles, from ambient soundscaping to grinding ethereal industrial noize, and hybrids it with an atmosphere of madness, disgust, seclusion, and a glimmer of hope. "The Garden of Unearthed Machines" is a thriving and addictive industrial oriented assemblage with the clean compelling rhythms and immersive atmospheric elements (such as piano, sitar...
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Topic: Industrial
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Jan 19, 2004 Ellende
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Serving as a soundtrack to Wim Bontjes' (deceased co-founder of the Ellende group) "Book of Illusion", Ellende's release on Entity is - much like their other netreleases (Ti Con Zero (No Type), Mini Madness (Fukkgod) and The Delegation From Nowhere (Tinnitus)) - a very thoughtful and conceptual piece of work which came to us in handmade mini-cdr packaging. Both "Ten Years a Second" and "Sleepsoup" urge you their creeping catatonia, leaving your thoughts in between...
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Jan 19, 2004 Element.Act
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Element.Act doesn't only manage 2 electronica record labels (optimum & centrum) but is also an experienced musician himself. Every one of the 16 tracks on ... has flawless production and oozes in originality, while staying true to intriguing structures with densely timbred percussion, beautifully contrasted melodies, and occasional repeating and unusually addictive vocal samples. Combining the better aspects of both electronic and more traditional/orchestral sounding instruments,...
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Topic: IDM
Entity
Jan 19, 2004 Danny Kreutzfeldt, Erratic, Kaebin Yield, ps, Tirriddiliu
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Danny Kreutzfeldt, ps, Tirriddiliu, Kaebin Yield and Erratic put their heads together to make a stunning 21 minute abstract experimental piece by continuously passing tracks on to the next musician. The result is a very captivating listening experience and serves its right as the first ever of many more Entity Records releases.
Topic: Abstract